The tartan is in order for Kate Middleton. On Monday January 25, the Duchess of Cambridge appeared from her home with Prince William during a video call with medical staff at Ninewells Hospital in Dundee, Scotland. For the occasion, the royal couple joined forces with NHS Charities Together & Tayside Health Fund to deliver meals to night shifts caring for Covid-19 patients. A typical Scottish meal, with a Haggis, neeps and tatties, a dish made with stuffed sheep’s stomach and rutabagas. And on this occasion, the Duchess did not fail to pay tribute to the region.
It is indeed wearing a long red tartan dress that Kate Middleton appeared alongside Prince William, very elegant with a white pointed collar. The Duchess had chosen sober jewelry, which could be seen under her long, shiny hair. A dress she had already worn, especially on the occasion of a pre-Christmas lunch organized in 2019 by Elizabeth II. A traditional Scottish motif, which she also opted for during her Royal Tour last December, wearing it over scarves.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge sent a Burns Night message – and a lunch of haggis, neeps and tatties – to Scottish hospital workers.They teamed up with NHS Charities Together & Tayside Health Fund to treat staff treating coronavirus patients at Ninewells Hospital, Dundee pic .twitter.com / dx0hm3ZAuO
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A new member of the Cambridge family
Radiant during this appearance, home schooling does not seem to exhaust for the moment the Duchess of Cambridge, still confined according to the measures put in place by Great Britain to fight against Covid-19. It must be said that for several weeks, the Cambridge couple has found a smile again, thanks to a newcomer to their family. Indeed, Kate Middleton and Prince William adopted a new English cocker spaniel, offered by James Middleton, a few weeks before the disappearance of their dog Lupo. “They were hoping that a younger dog would give Lupo energy and a little more longevity,” said a source. If the cocker spaniel died shortly after this adoption, the Cambridge family, “under the spell” of the animal, was able to console themselves with the presence of this newcomer.
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